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After shutdown, few talking about budget solutions

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ATLANTA (AP) — Something is noticeably absent from congressional candidates' rampant finger-wagging over this month's bipartisan deal to extend the nation's borrowing limit and reopen government: concrete proposals to fundamentally alter the U.S. balance sheet. Blame politics as the chief reason for the lack of solutions offered by 2014 incumbents and challengers. Influential Democratic backers...

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